Next week it will be quite cold. "The minimum night temperature will generally drop to seven to three degrees, and the maximum daily temperature will rise to 12 to 16 degrees," Meteorologists said. The next weeks will be normal temperatures.
In the Czech Republic, the long-term average temperature from 29 April to 26 May is 13.4 degrees Celsius. The warmest year was in 2002 with an average of 16 degrees, but in 1991 it was only 8.9 degrees.
"It should be average rainfall all the time. The average total for the week will be 12 to 20 millimeters," meteorologists added.
Mark Rieder, CHMI Director, announced on Thursday that CTK's coming weeks will determine what will be dry this year. If it rains, the worst forecasts will not be fulfilled.
However, according to the rector of Petr Sklenička, Czech University of Agriculture, there is no rainfall every year. He assumes that this year will be very dry and warm. If this situation continues, the impact on agricultural production, the condition of forests and the state of water bodies will be difficult, he added.